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STANLEY KADZIEWICZ: NHS, Stu- 
dent Coun., Troub., Prom Comm., 
Cross Country, Soccer, Fresh. & 
Varsity Math Teams, Concess., 
Drama, Biology and Boys Glee 
Clubs, Class Officer. MOST FUN TO 
BE WITH. MOST LIKELY TO SUC- 
CEED. DID MOST FOR CLASS. 

KATHY WINTERS: Class Officer, 
NHS, Student Coun., Yrbk., Sr. Class 
& All-School Plays, Prom Comm., 
Varsity Cheer., Band, Med. Careers, 
Ski, French and Drama Clubs, Math 
Team, Thespians. FRIENDLIEST. 



SUSAN PURACCHIO: NHS, Stu- 
dent Coun., FTA, Hmrm. Off., J.V. 
Basketball, Softball, Co-Captain J.V. 
& Varsity Cheer., Math-Science Fair, 
Girls Chorus, Troub., Prom Comm., 
All-School Play, Yrbk., Pep, French, 
and Gym Clubs. MOST LIKELY TO 
SUCCEED. DID MOST FOR CLASS. 

NORMA MALY: Hmrm. Off., FSA, 
Prom Comm., Student Coun., Con- 
cess., Pep & Drama Clubs. 




STANLEY KADZIEWICZ 
PRESIDENT 





KATHY WINTERS 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



SUSAN PURACCHIO 
SECRETARY 




NORMA MALY 
TREASURER 



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PAUL ALGER: Early Graduate, FTA, 
Spanish and Glee Clubs, Troub., 
All-School Play, Concessions. 



MARC ARSENAULT: 
Committee. 



Prom 



PAUL ALGER 



MARC ARSENAULT 




I hope that today will be 

a lighter highway, 

For Friends are found 

on every road. 

Can you ever think of 

a better way, 

For the lost and weary 

travelers to go? 



FAITH AYERS: FNA, Hmrm. Off., 
Science Fair, Drama, Glee and Pep 
Clubs, Sr. Class Play, Prom Comm., 
Concessions. 



FAITH AYERS 





HELEN BABIS: Cheerleader, FTA, 
Art, Biology and Pep Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. MOST ARTISTIC. 



SHELLY BAKER: JV and Co-Captain 
Varsity Cheerleaders, Troub., All- 
School Play, Drama and Pep Clubs, 
Prom Comm. 



HELEN BABIS 



SHELLY BAKER 



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CAROL BELLERIVE: Troub., Prom 
Comm., J.V. Cheer., Pep & Gym 
Clubs. 



MICHAEL BENJAMIN: Class Off., 
Band, Math Fair, Math Team, J.V. 
Base., Football, "S" Club, Prom 
Comm. BEST LOOKING. 





CAROL BELLERIVE 



MICHAEL BENJAMIN 



BRIAN BERGERON: Prom Comm., 
Concess., Early Grad., Ski & Art 
Clubs, Yrbk. BEST ARTIST. 



BRUCE BERGERON: NHS, Prom 
Comm., Ski Club. 





BRIAN BERGERON 



BRUCE BERGERON 



MARCEL BESSE: Hmrm. Off., Prom 
Comm., "S" Club, Football, 
Baseball. 



DANA BLAIR: Cross Country, Prom 
Comm. 





DANA BLAIR 



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LINDA BOUCHARD: Early Gradua- 
tion, Sec. Pool, JV Basketball, Prom 
Comm. 

RICHARD BRIAN: Troubs., Glee 
Club, Football, Baseball, and Track, 
CLASS FLIRT. 



LINDA BOUCHARD 



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RICHARD BROUGHTON: Hmrm. 
Off., Spanish Club, Football, Fresh- 
man Basketball and Baseball, Prom 
Comm. 

MARK BULLARD: Spanish and Ski 
Clubs, Band, and Prom Comm. 



RICHARD BROUGHTON 



MARK BULLARD 





NANCY CARRON: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Yrbk. Staff, FNA, FTA, French, Ski, 
and Pep Clubs, Hmrm. Off., Cho- 
rus, Concess., and Prom Comm. 

SUSAN CAVANAUGH: Hmrm. Off., 
Pep and Drama Clubs, Prom 
Comm. 



NANCY CARRON 



SUSAN CAVANAUGH 



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ANN CHARETTE: Yrbk. Staff, 
Hmrm. Off., FNA, Drama, French 
and Ski Clubs, Prom Comm. 

ROBERT CHRISTMAN: Pres. Stu. 
Coun., Biology, French, Chess, Ski 
and "S" Clubs, Freshman, JV and 
Varsity Basketball, Track, Co. Capt. 
Cross Country and Concess. MOST 
OPTIMISTIC. 





ANN CHARETTE 



ROBERT CHRISTMAN 



JOHN CLAPPERTON: Early Gradua- 
tion, Science Fair, Chefs and Ski 
Clubs, Prom Comm., and Concess. 

JOAN CZYZEWSKI: Yrbk. Staff, 
Freshman Math Team, Medical 
Careers, Biology, French, Pep and 
Library Clubs, Prom Comm. 





JOHN CLAPPERTON 



JOAN CZYZEWSKI 



DIANE DEROUIN: Sec. Pool, Pep 
and Glee Clubs. 

DAVID DESORCY: Track, Concess., 
Prom Comm. 





DIANE DEROUIN 



DAVID DESORCY 





JAN DESROSIER: Yrbk. Staff, 
Hmrm. Off., All-School and Sr. 
Class Play, FTA, JV and Var- 
sity Cheerleader, Pep Club, 
Prom Comm., and Concess. 
CHATTERBOX. 

BRENDA DIFEDERICO: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Hmrm. Off., FNA, French and 
Pep Clubs. 



JAN DESROSIER 



BRENDA DIFEDERICO 





DONNA DION: Hmrm. Off., FNA, 
FSA, Drama, Pep, and Glee Clubs, 
Prom Comm. CHANGED MOST 
SINCE FRESHMAN YEAR. 

DIANE DMYTRYK: Yrbk. Staff, 
Hmrm. Off., Senior Class Play, FTA, 
Drama, Art, Pep Clubs, Science Fair, 
Ski Club, and Prom Comm. MOST 
GULLIBLE. 



DONNA DION 



DIANE DMYTRYK 





MARIE DOMIJAN: FSA, Drama and 
Pep Clubs. 

CARLA DUCHENEAU: Yrbk. Staff, 
French, Biology and Pep Clubs, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 



MARIE DOMIJAN 



CARLA DUCHENEAU 

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BRIAN DUPUIS: Baseball, Soccer, 
Prom Comm. 

VALERIE DUNN: Early Graduation, 
Sec. Pool, FNA, Prom Comm. 





BRIAN DUPUIS 



VALERIE DUNN 



LUCY JANE EARNEST: Hmrm. Off., 
Gym, Pep and Glee Clubs, Softball, 
Basketball, Prom Comm., Concess. 

RUTH FARAHER: Yrbk. Staff, Sec. 
Pool, Art Club, Concess. 





LUCY JANE EARNEST 



RUTH FARAHER 



CHRISTINE FAVRE: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Stu. Coun., Ed. -in-Chief School 
Newspaper, Yrbk. Staff, Hmrm. 
Off., Sr. Class Play, Spanish, Biology, 
Art, Pep, and Gym Clubs, FTA, JV 
and Co-Captain Varsity Basketball, 
Prom Comm., Concess. BEST ATH- 
LETE and MOST OPTIMISTIC. 

MARY FOLEY: Sec. Pool, Hmrm. 
Off., FSA, Sr. Class Play, Reading, 
Pep and Glee Clubs, Science Fair, 
Prom Comm. 





CHRISTINE FAVRE 



MARY FOLEY 



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MARC FOURNIER: 
CLASS CLOWN. 



Track Team. 



MARY FOURNIER: Yrbk. Staff, 
Hmrm. Off., Senior Class Play, FTA, 
FNA, Majorettes and Drum Major- 
ette, Biology, Ski, Gym, and Pep 
Clubs, JV Basketball, Prom Comm. 



MARC FOURNIER 



MARY FOURNIER 





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NANCY FREELAND: Editor-in-Chief 
of Yrbk. Hmrm. Off., FNA, French, 
Biology, Pep and Glee Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 



ROBERT FRENCH: 
Aides, Art Club. 



Audio Visual 



NANCY FREELAND 



ROBERT FRENCH 





JEAN PAUL GAGNON: Yrbk. Staff, 
Boys Glee Club, Troubs., Reading 
Club Aid, Librarian, Concess. 

DEBRA GAJEWSKI: Early Gradua- 
tion, Yrbk. Staff, Hmrm. Off., Sec. 
Pool, All-School and Sr. Class Play, 
Drama Club, Troub., Varsity Cheer- 
leader, FNA, FSA, French, Gym, Pep 
and Glee Clubs, JV Basketball. 



JEAN PAUL GAGNON 



DEBRA GAJEWSKI 



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KAREN GAUDETTE: Class Off., Early 
Graduation, Hmrm. Off., Drama 
and French Clubs, Science Fair, 
Prom Comm. 

MARK GENEREUX: Spanish Club, 
Prom Comm. 





KAREN GAUDETTE 



MARK GENEREUX 



DONNA GIROUARD: Spanish, Bi- 
ology, Pep and Glee Clubs, Prom 
Comm. 

ROBERT GREGOIRE 





DONNA GIROUARD 



ROBERT GREGOIRE 



ROSALIE HIBBARD: FNA, French, 
Pep and Library Clubs, Prom 
Comm. 

VINCENT HOFFMAN: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Hmrm. Off., JV Football, 
Basketball. 





ROSALIE HIBBARD 



VINCENT HOFFMAN 



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ANNE MARIE HUFAULT 



LINDA JANDRON 



ANNE MARIE HUFAULT: Yrbk. 
Staff, Sec. Pool, Library Club, Prom 
Comm. 

LINDA JANDRON: FNA, Sr. Class 
Play, Pep, Glee, French and Drama 
Clubs, Prom Comm. 





ANTHONY jARVIS: Early Gradua- 
tion, Chorus, Drama Club, Varsity 
Football, Prom Comm., Concess., 
Basketball. 

CHRISTOPHER JARVIS: Hmrm. 
Off., Band, Biology Club, All-School 
and Sr. Class Play, Prom Comm. 



ANTHONY JARVIS 



CHRISTOPHER JARVIS 





CARL JAVERT: Amateur Radio, Ra- 
dio Club, Rocketry, Explorer. 

LANCE JEWELL: Troub., Spanish 
and Glee Clubs, Football, Track, 
Freshman Basketball. MOST 
PESSIMISTIC. 



CARL JAVERT 



LANCE JEWELL 



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BRUCE KARP: Nat. Hon. Soc, Early 
Graduation, Math Team, Band, Sci- 
ence Fair, Prom Comm. 

PAULA KOWALEWSKI: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Troub., FTA, Sr. Class Play, 
Majorettes, Drama, French, Gym, 
Pep and Glee Clubs, Talent Show. 





BRUCE KARP 



PAULA KOWALEWSKI 



ROGER LABONTE: Yrbk. Staff, 
Troub., Glee and Reading Clubs, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 



How can one measure 

friendship — 
The firm, warm clasp of a 

hand, 
The comfort in the 

welcome sound 
Of the words, "I 

understand"? 

How can one measure 

courage — 
The strength we find to 

fight, 
To suffer life's anxieties, 
To stand up for the right? 




ROGER LABONTE 



RONALD LAFLECHE: FRIEND- 
LIEST. 



LORA LAMBERTON: Yrbk. Staff, 
FTA, All-Class and Sr. Class Play, 
Troub., Librarian, Drama, French, 
Ski, Pep, and Glee Clubs, Concess. 




RONALD LAFLECHE 




LORA LAMBERTON 



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PHILLIP LANCTOT: Spanish, Biolo- 
gy, and Glee Clubs, Troub., Foot- 
ball, Baseball. MOST GULLIBLE. 

LISE LANGEVIN: Yrbk. Staff, Sec. 
Pool, Hmrm. Off., Chorus, Pep 
Club, Prom Comm., Concess. 



PHILLIP LANCTOT 



LISE LANGEVIN 





ARTHUR LANGLAIS: Prom Comm., 
Concess. 

AJAY LAROCHELLE: Troub., Glee 
Club, Science Fair, Freshman 
Baseball. 



ARTHUR LANGLAIS 



AJAY LAROCHELLE 





STEVEN LAZO: Yrbk. Staff, Hmrm. 
Off., Art Club, Football, Prom 
Comm. 

PATRICIA LEBOEUF: Yrbk. Staff, 
FNA, Reading Club, Prom Comm., 
Concess. 



STEVEN LAZO 



PATRICIA LEBOEUF 



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KEVIN LEE: Nat. Hon. Soc, Stu. 
Coun., Class Off., Hmrm. Off., Sci- 
ence Fair, Basketball, Prom Comm. 
CHANGED MOST SINCE FRESH- 
MEN YEAR. 

GERALDINE LEES: Early Graduation, 
Basketball. 






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GERALDINE LEES 



JEAN LEFEBVRE: JV and Varsity 
Baseball, Football, Prom Comm. 

PAULETTE LEPAIN: Hmrm. Off., 
Pep Club, Prom Comm. 





JEAN LEFEBVRE 



PAULETTE LEPAIN 



ANTOINETTE LEVESQUE: Sec. Pool, 
Pep Club, Prom Comm. 

JOHN LIBERA: Band, Jazz Ensem- 
ble, All-School and Sr. Class 
Play, Drama, Chess and Biology 
Clubs, Troub., Prom Comm. 
CHATTERBOX. 





ANTOINETTE LEVESQUE 

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LINDA LIPPE: Yrbk. Staff, Pep, 
Reading and Glee Clubs. 

LYNETTE LONG: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Hmrm. Off., Sr. Class Play, Band, 
Biology Club, Prom Comm. MOST 
FUN TO BE WITH. 



LINDA LIPPE 



LYNETTE LONG 





GEORGE LUCE 
ROBERTA LUCE 



GEORGE LUCE 



ROBERTA LUCE 





PAUL LYONS: Hmrm. Off., All- 
School and Sr. Class Play, Spanish, 
Drama, Biology and Glee Clubs, 
Troub., Prom Comm. 

PAULA MANDEVILLE: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, FTA, Varsity Basketball, 
French, Gym and Pep Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. CLASS FLIRT. 



PAUL LYONS 



PAULA MANDEVILLE 



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NANCY MATHIEU: Newspaper, 
Troub., All-School Play, Drama, 
Reading, Pep and Glee Clubs, Prom 
Comm. 

KATHLEEN MCDONALD: Thespi- 
ans, FNA, FSA, Drama, Reading and 
Pep Clubs. 





NANCY MATHIEU 



KATHLEEN MCDONALD 



EDWARD MENARD: Yrbk. Staff, 
FTA, SLD, Drama, Reading, and 
Glee Clubs, Concess. 

NANCY MILLS: Class Off., Hmrm. 
Off., Cheerleader, Art and Ski 
Clubs, Prom Comm. BEST 
LOOKING. 




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NANCY MILLS 



PATRICIA MITCHELL: Thespians, 
Drama Club, All-School and Sr. 
Class Play, Prom Comm., Concess. 

KEVIN MONGEON: Early Gradua- 
tion, JV and Varsity Baseball, Basket- 
ball, Prom Comm. 





PATRICIA MITCHELL 



KEVIN MONGEON 



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BARBARA MONROE: Hmrm. Off., 
Troub., Drama, Chess and Pep 
Clubs, Talent Show. 

ROGER MORIN: Biology Club, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 



BARBARA MONROE 



ROGER MORIN 





LOUISE PAPPAS: Yrbk. Staff, Sec. 
Pool, FNA, Drama and Reading 
Clubs, Prom Comm., Concess. 

DENISE PAQUIN: Early Graduation, 
Yrbk. Staff, Hmrm. Off., Glee Club, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 



LOUISE PAPPAS 



DENISE PAQUIN 





LOUISE PARENTEAU: Prom Comm. 

MARY ANN PECK: FSA, FNA, Read- 
ing and Pep Clubs. 



LOUISE PARENTEAU 



MARY ANN PECK 



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JEANNE PELOQUIN: Med. Careers, 
French, Biology, Ski and Pep Clubs, 
Prom Comm., Concess. MOST 
SOPHISTICATED. 

LINDA PELOQUIN: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Sr. Class Play, Band, FNA, Biology, 
French and Gym Clubs, JV Basket- 
ball, Prom Comm. 





JEANNE PELOQUIN 



LINDA PELOQUIN 



NEIL PETERSON: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Stu. Coun., Yrbk. Staff, Science Fair, 
Freshmen, JV, Varsity Basketball, 
Cross-Country, Track, Concess. 

WILLIAM PLOUFFE 





NEIL PETERSON 



WILLIAM PLOUFFE 



JOHN POLAKOWSKI: Drama, Art, 
French and Biology Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 

MARTIN POWER: Stu. Coun., 
Hmrm. Off., JV Basketball, Track, 
Football. 





JOHN POLAKOWSKI 



MARTIN POWER 



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GLORIA PUTNAM: Prom Comm. 
JOANN PUTNAM: FNA. 



GLORIA PUTNAM 



JOANN PUTNAM 





ROBERT RANKEL: Yrbk. Staff, 
Freshman Math Team, Freshman 
Baseball, Prom Comm., Concess. 

DIANA RIGHI: Yrbk. Staff, Newspa- 
per, All-School and Sr. Class Play, 
FTA, Varsity Cheerleader, Drama, 
Spanish and Reading Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 



ROBERT RANKEL 



DIANA RIGHI 





JAMES ROY: Spanish Club, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 

JOHN ROY: Nat. Hon. Soc, Hmrm. 
Off., Class Off., Stu. Coun., "S" 
Club, Football, Track, Baseball, 
Prom Comm. 



JAMES ROY 



JOHN ROY 



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SHARON ROY: Pep Club. 

SUSAN RUTANEN: Sec. Pool, FNA, 
Drama and Pep Clubs, Soft-Ball, 
Basketball, Art Club, Prom Comm. 





SHARON ROY 



SUSAN RUTANEN 



MONIQUE SANSOUCY: Yrbk. 
Staff, FNA, French, Biology and Pep 
Clubs, Prom Comm., Concess. 

JAMES SANTELLI: Basketball, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 





MONIQUE SANSOUCY 



JAMES SANTELLI 



JAMES SANTO: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Hmrm. Off., Yrbk. Staff, Thespians, 
All-School, Teachers, Sr. Class Play, 
Band, Jazz Ensemble, Freshman and 
Varsity Math Teams, Drama, Biology 
and Ski Clubs, Soccer, Prom Comm. 
MOST INTELLECTUAL. 



DONNA SARRASIN: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Stu. Coun., Hmrm. Off., FTA, 
Pep, French and Gym Clubs, Co- 
Captain Varsity Basketball, Softball, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 





JAMES SANTO 



DONNA SARRASIN 



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DOUGLAS SHAW 



HENRY SIMONELLI: Freshmen and 
Varsity Math Teams, Art, Biology, 
Chefs, Chemistry and Chess Clubs, 
Prom Comm. 



DOUGLAS SHAW 



HENRY SIMONELLI 





RALPH SLATTERY 

LINDA SOTER: FNA, FTA, Biology 
and Pep Clubs, Prom Comm., 
Concess. 



RALPH SLATTERY 



LINDA SOTER 





MONA ST. LAURENT: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Sec. Pool, FSA, Glee Club, 
Prom Comm. 

DIANA SAINTONGE: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Med. Careers, Math Team, 
Band, Spanish, Biology and Pep 
Clubs, Sr. Class Play, Prom Comm. 
MOST INTELLECTUAL. 



MONA ST. LAURENT 



DIANA SAINTONGE 



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CHERYL STANNARD: Yrbk. Staff, 
Sec. Pool, Drama Club, Class Play, 
Prom Comm., Concess. 

DEBRA STARR: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Hmrm. Off., Science Fair, Freshman 
and Varsity Math Teams, Med. Ca- 
reers, Sr. Class Play, French, Biolo- 
gy, Spanish and Pep Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 



MARK STARR: Yrbk. Staff, Early 
Graduation, Science Fair, Art, Biolo- 
gy and Chemistry Clubs, JV Base- 
ball, Cross-Country, Prom Comm. 





DEBRA STARR 



Don't be afraid to see 

yourself 
As the you-that-you'd- 

like-to-be, 
No matter how far 

removed from the 
real, the you-of-your- 

dreams may be. 



MARK STARR 



TERRENCE SULLIVAN: Nat. Hon. 
Soc, Early Graduation, Yrbk. Staff, 
Science Fair, Sr. Class Play, Art, Biol- 
ogy and Chemistry Clubs, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 

KATHLEEN SVEDBERG: Early Grad- 
uation, Hmrm. Off., Pep and Glee 
Clubs, Prom Comm., Concess. 




TERRENCE SULLIVAN 




KATHLEEN SVEDBERG 



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BARRY SZYDILIK: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Hmrm. Off., Yrbk. Staff, Science 
Fair, Class Play, Prom Comm., Con- 
cess. MOST SOPHISTICATED. 



HOLLY TAYLOR: Hmrm. Off., Sr. 
Class Play, Art, Drama and Pep 
Clubs, Talent Show, Prom Comm., 
Concess. 



BARRY SZYDLIK 



HOLLY TAYLOR 



Keep dreaming the dream 

— hitch 
a ride on a star, 
Hold tight — never let 

yourself 
fall, 
And one day you'll find 

that the 
you-of-your-dreams, 
Is the you-that-is-real, 

after all. 




ELLEN VANCEL: Nat. Hon. Soc, 
Hmrm. Off., Band, Woodwind En- 
semble, Med. Careers, FTA, Span- 
ish, Biology, French, Pep, Glee and 
Gym Clubs, JV and Varsity Basket- 
ball, Softball, Prom Comm. 



ELLEN VANGEL 





JEFFREY VARIN 



DARLENE VETTER 



JEFFREY VARIN: Yrbk. Staff, Hmrm. 
Off., Sr. Class Play, Freshmen and JV 
Basketball, JV Baseball, Prom 
Comm., Concess. 

DARLENE VETTER: FSA, Majorettes, 
Prom Comm. 



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RITA VETTER: Yrbk. Staff, FTA, Li- 
brary Club, Prom Comm., Concess. 

BEATRICE VOLPINI: Sec. Pool, FSA, 
Drama and Spanish Clubs. 





RITA VETTER 



BEATRICE VOLPINI 



SUSAN WALKOWIAK: Yrbk. Staff, 
Sr. Class Play, French, Library and 
Pep Clubs, Concess. 

RAYMOND WETHERBEE: Yrbk. 
Staff, Early Graduation, Sr. Class 
Play, Art, Biology and Chemistry 
Clubs, Prom Comm., Concess. 





SUSAN WALKOWIAK 



RAYMOND WETHERBEE 



MARY ANN ZACHARA: FTA, FNA, 
Pep and Library Clubs, Prom 
Comm. 




MARY ANN ZACHARA 



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He doeth little kindnesses 
Which most leave undone, or despise. 
James Russell Lowell 




Class Advisor Mr. Peter Teguis. 

By the aid of self control, resolution, 
righteousness, and a well-directed thought 
A man ascends. 



Other Members of 
Class of 73 

Raymond Boulanger 
Marilyn Brown 
Marilee Chase 
Henry Dubreuil 
Mary Ellen Earls 
Stuart Edmondson 
Michael Garcia 
Guy Lachance 
David Leclair 
Robert Maramo 
Martha Moore 
Christine Phelon 
Michael Regan 
Susan Saunders 
Patricia Smick 
Marcel Vallee 
Gladys Wetherell 



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Class Officers 

President: Debra Tremblay. 
Vice-President: Catherine Choquette. 
Secretary: Deborah Fitzgibbons . 
Treasurer: Marilyn Smith 



Juniors 



Student Council 

Scott Butler 
Jeffrey Chasse 
Barbara Foley 
Bruce Galli 
William Cajewski 
Dara Leblanc 
Marilyn Smith 




CLASS OFFICERS 1972-1973 



Home Room Officers 



Room#106 
Eliot Peters 
John Prokos 
Jacqueline St. Laurent 
Jane Remian 



Room=210 
Lisa Ciccotelli 
Russell Cournoyer 
Deborah Coderre 
Vincent DelRossi 



Room=212 
Jane Harwood 
Kimberlee King 
Denise Lajoie 
Richard Lees 



Room- 208 
Scott Butler 
Jodie Benoit 
Francis Bousquet 
Laurie Bachand 




Room#112 
Gregory Tucci 
Harvey Shanbaum 
Nancy Wedge 
Donna Young 



Room-212-A 
Barbara Monroe 
Jana Michon 
Christine Majchrzak 
Nancy Mandeville 



Class Advisor: Mr. R. A. Varin. 



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David Anderson 
Gregory Arsenault 
David Ashe 
Laurie Bachand 
Mary Banks 



Laurel Barth 
David Beck 
Ronald Belanger 
Jodie Benoit 
Judith Benson 



Diane Bentley 
Elaine Berard 
Cynthia Borey 
Francis Bousquet 
Debra Brown 



Scott Butler 
Sylvia Caouette 
Nancy Caprera 
Janice Champeau 
Darcy Chase 



Jeffrey Chasse 
Michael Checka 
Lisa Ciccotelli 
Dario Ciovacco 
Deborah Coderre 



And whether the way be rough or 

fine, 

It's a comforting thing to know 
We've only one step to take at a time 

Just one little year to go. 



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Neil Cooper 



Glenn Corriveau 



Russell Cournoyer 



Ann Marie Deveno 




Jay DiGregorio 

Martha DiGregorio 

Cynthia Dionne 

Linda Duckworth 

Theresa Duquette 



Barbara Foley 

Shirley Fontaine 

William Gajewski 

Bruce Galli 

Yvonne Gauthier 



Holly Gendreau 

Micheal Goudreau 

Karen Grzembski 

Kim Haberman 

Jane Harwood 




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Brenda Hicks 
Barry lozzo 
Pamela Isenhart 
John Jednasty 
Bruce Joy 



Donna Kaitbenski 
Kimberlee King 
David Lacasse 
Denise Lajoie 
Diane Lariviere 



Michael Lataille 
Dara LeBlanc 
Jo Ann LeClair 
Richard Lees 
Clifford Livernois 



James Lomme 



Barbara Lorange 



Christine Majchrzak 



Nancy Mandeville 



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James Marino 

Guy Mathieu 

Diane McDonald 

Glenn McMahon 

James McRoy 



Janice Mendes 

Jana Michon 

Gregory Mongeon 

Margaret Nass 

Cecile Nault 



Debra Nichols 

Robin Nimblett 

Dora Nunes 

Deborah Osowski 

Nancy Pelletier 



Louis Perron 

Eliot Peters 

John Petrelli 

Christine Piekarski 

Debra Pinkham 



Jill Power 

John Prokos 

Jennifer Putnam 

Paula Quevillon 

Cheryl Ramsdell 




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Jane Remian 



Johanne Robinson 



Doris Rodriquez 
Paul Roy 

Jacqueline St. Laurent 
Mary Sandgren 
Harvey Shanbaum 



Paul Starr 
Richard Stickney 
Robert Thompson 
Wayne Thompson 
Neal Tiberii 



Norman Tremblay 
Gregory Tucci 
Scott Varin 
Nancy Wedge 
Linda Whitney 



Donna Young 



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Glass Officers 

President: Leonard Vairo 
Vice-President: Margaret Greene 
Secretary: Janet McGrath 
Treasurer: Ann Harwood •: 



Student Council 



Marina Billis 
Charles Chase 
Helen Kiritsy 
Paul Lacoste 
Brian Lee 



Sophomores 




CLASS OFFICERS 1972-1973 



Home Room Officers 



Room -107 


Room=204 


Brian Lee 


Michael Beaupre 


Kenneth Leblanc 


Mark Brodeur 


Betty Lippe 


Ann Bergman 


Cynthia Kollios 


Donna Berry 


Room- 109 


Room- 208 


Keith Peterson 


John Daniel 


Dorothy Maynard 


Peter Dargie 


Joan Mills 


Debra Cote 


Debra Ouelette 


Lisa Corbitt 


Room 110 


Room-- 214 


Paulette Sarrasin 


John Gray 


Karen Santelli 


Mitchell Favreau 


Mary Ann Prokos 


Cheryl Fournier 


Rose Santelli 


Peter Hoyt 


Room' 111 




Jo-Ann Theodoss 




Ann Venie 




Louise Tkar. ik 




Teresa VValkowiak 






Class Advisors: Miss Eleanor 
Tremblay and Mr. John Flannery 



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Thomas Allard 
Debra Anderson 
Ernest Andre 



Sandra Arpin 
Robert Athanas 
Michael Aucoin 



Edward Baldyga 
Michael Beaupre 
Marc Belanger 



Molly Jo Bell 
Jane Benoit 
Stephen Benson 



Debra Bernard 
Donna Berry 
Paul Bicki 



Marina Billis 
Diane Bouchard 
Michael Boudreau 
Paula Boudreau 
Sheila Breen 
Mark Brodeur 
Thomas Brodeur 

Jeffrey Bruso 
John Bundeff 
Peter Burzycki 
Sharon Caron 
Marvin Carron 
Deborah Cassell 
Michael Cecere 

Charles Chase 
Debra Chausse 
Richard Cielsa 
Lisa Corbitt 
Rita Costanzi 
Debra Cote 
Hugh Cox 

Martha Cox 
Mary Czyzewski 
George Damian 
John Daniel 
Peter Dargie 
Irene Dembowski 
Denise Desaulniers 



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Norma Desaulniers 

Patricia Desaulniers 

Charles Desrosiers 

Ann DiBonaventura 

Lisa DiBonaventura 

Clara DiDonato 

Dana DiGregorio 

Richard Dion 

Kosta Divris 

Linda Dronzek 

George DuPaul 

Ann Duquette 

Mark Dwyer 

Jeff Earls 

Mitchell Favreau 

Nina Fiorelli 

Julia Fogwill 

Sandra Ford 

Cheryl Fournier 

Joyce Franconeri 

Edward Freehart 



Richard Garon 

John Gray 

Christine Griffith 

Virginia Grimes 

George Hebert 

Kathleen Hill 

Peter Hoyt 

Richard Hughes 

John Jalbert 

Elizabeth John 

Ann Kalis 

Beverly Kangas 

Jeff Kantorski 

Helen Kiritsy 

George Knight 

Cynthia Kollios 

David Lacasse 

Paul Lacoste 

Linda Laferriere 

JoAnn Laferriere 

Cynthia Lafleche 




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Nancy Lafleche 
Linda Lamberton 
Linda Lamica 
Jeff Lanctot 
Nancy Langlois 
Janet LaRochelle 
Douglas Lavallee 



Maryanne Lavallee 
Gloria Leblanc 
Kenneth Leblanc 
Brian Lee 

Raymond LeBoeuf 
Charles Lemoine 
Brenda Lippe 

Cheryl Libby 
Michael Marcotte 
Steven Marinelli 
Donna Lee Martel 
Dorothy Maynard 
Michael Metras 
Joan Mills 

Joann Mogavero 
Mark Morin 
Russell Morin 
Robert Nault 
David Nordman 
John Ohop 
Thomas Olszta 

Joseph Osowski 
Deborah Ouellette 
Denis Panu 
Robert Para 
Helen Parenteau 
Cheryl Peloquin 
Maureen Perry 

Keith Peterson 
William Petro 
David Pettinelli 
Brian Pienta 
Cathy Pion 
Donna Pleau 
Darlene Plouffe 



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Deborah Poirier 

Denise Pontbriand 

Jeffrey Pontbriand 

Linda Pontbriand 

Sharon Pontbriand 

John Power 

Maryann Prokos 

Cheryl Proulx 

Stanley Prunier 

Karen Reynolds 

Michael Richard 

Scott Richard 

Robyn Riggs 

Judith Righi 

Herberita Riviera 

Rose St. Martin 

Karen Santelli 

Rose Santelli 

Paulette Sarrasin 

Susan Savage 

Ruth Scheinfeldt 



Adolfo Segarra 



Stephen Simonelli 

Marc Simpson 

Robert Sinni 

Carol Suitter 

Kelly Sullivan 

Carlene Svedberg 

James Syriac 

James Tavernier 

Stanley Tenczar 

Jo-Ann Theodoss 

Ann Marie Thibeault 

Roy Thibodeau 

Louise Tkacik 

Robert Trahan 

Donna Tremblay 

Lisa Trifone 

Victoria Trifone 

Gregory Tsoules 

Ann Venie 

Teresa Walkowiak 

Anne Wetherbee 

Daniel Williams 

Kathleen Yurgilas 

Ann Bergman 




Nancy Servant 



Mark Shanbaum 



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Making friends for the world to see, 
Working together as one. 
For our world the circle turns again, 
And the golden moments fly! 




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Class Officers 

President: Krystyna Mroczkowski 
Vice-President: Linda Najar 
Secretary: Linda Ramsdell 
Treasurer: Audrey Moreno 



Freshmen 



Student Council 

Lynette Mathieu 
Mary Ellen Morrill 
Patricia Puracchio 
Mary Jane Rewinski 





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CLASS OFFICERS 1972-1973 



Home Room Officers 



Caf. 1 
William Auclair 
Roberta Banks 
Elaine AHathan^elakis 
Paula Archambeault 

Caf. 2 
Mary Ann Ciukaj 
Andrea Costa 
Diane Caplette 
Patricia Chasse 

Caf. 3. 
Linda Gaudette 
Anestis Halkidis 
Sara Graf 
Deborah Georjje 

: Of 4 

Ric hard Learned 

Scott La/o 

Ann Laferriere 

Cynthia LaChapelle 



Caf. 5 
Scott Negip 
Mary Ellen Morrill 
Audrey Moreno 
Donna Nielsen 

Room 105- A 
Elizabeth Paquin 
Patricia Puracchio 
Dawn Piche 
Susan Osimo 

Room 105- B 
JoAnn Servant 
Linda Ramsdell 
Linda Seremet 
John Richard 

Room 209 
Joan Thibeault 
Gregory S/umilas 
Jane Venie 
Rebecca Votoka 




Class Advisor: Mr. David Yacavace 



Can you play free or agree 
To attempt something new? 

The school needs you — 
A seed that will lead 

To flowering achievement. 




Elaine Agathangelakis 
Herberita Alicea 
Gregory Allen 
Dennis Anctil 
Judith Anderson 
Paula Archambeault 
Bonnie Arel 

Karen Arpin 
William Auclair 
Linda Aucoin 
Scott Austin 
Jon Ayers 
Roberta Barrett 
Ellen Bashaw 

Richard Bastien 
Barbara Beaudry 
Cynthia Beaudry 
Susan Beaulieu 
Janice Bellerive 
Robert Bellerive 
David Bellerose 



Sharon Berthiaume 
Karen Blackwell 



Michael Blake 
Susan Boilard 



Michael Bonadies 
Suzanne Bouvier 



Terri Brian 
Michael Brodeur 



Sherry Broskey 
Barbara Brousseau 



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David Budreau 

Edward Butler 

Cheryl Caouette 

Marc Caouette 

Lisa Capillo 

Diane Caplette 

Cheryl Cesolini 

Daniel Charette 

Patricia Chasse 

Carrie Checka 

Mark Christman 

Claudio Ciovacco 

Mary Ann Ciukaj 

Cathy Clapperton 

Richard Clark 

Jane Coderre 

Lynn Conley 

Andrea Costa 

Wilfred Cournoyer 

Dennis Culliton 

Stewart Curboy 

Richard Czyzewski 

David DiGregorio 

Margo DiGregorio 

Paul DiGregorio 

Tamela Dionne 

Mark Dobson 

Donald Duquette 

Robert Dusza 

Richard Earls 

Sandra Fitzgibbons 

Linda Fox 

Timothy Frank 

Celeste Frigon 

Deborah Gagnon 

Thomas Gajewski 

Linda Gaudette 

Deborah George 

Michael Giacobbi 

Cheryl Goulet 

Sarah Graf 

Ida Gramatikakis 




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Cynthia Grant 
Dennis Grenke 
Peter Griffith 
Susan Grynciewicz 
Anestis Halkidis 
Luz Hernandez 
Carol Holmes 

Linda Hudon 
Nancy Hufault 
Brian lozzo 
Joy Jalbert 
Carol Jandron 
Scott Jewell 
Howard Karp 

Robert Kimball 
David Kirk 
Rodney Konkel 
Ronald Konkel 
Zofia Kowalski 
Diane Kulis 
Donna Kuzava 

Dennis Lacasse 
Cynthia Lachapelle 
Ann Laferriere 
David Lafleche 
Stephen LaRiviere 
Nancy Larochelle 
Scott Lazo 

Richard Learned 

K.Leigh 

Lee Lemmelin 

Lisa Lemmelin 

Kathy Levesque 

Paul Lusignan 

Eric Lloyd 

Anna Mach 
Kathleen MacKinnon 
Debra Marino 
Jeffrey Materas 
Jan Mathieu 
Lynette Mathieu 
Charlene Matte 



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Elaine McLean 

Darlene Mercier 

Stephen Metras 

Pablo Molina 

David Monroe 

Gordon Montigny 

Jay Morgan 

Anne Marie Morin 

Mary Ellen Morrill 

Mitchell Morse 

Kathleen Munroe 

Denise Nadeau 

Vivian Nadeau 

Scott Negip 



Reta Nichols 



Donna Nielsen 



Catherine O'Brien 



Betty Ann Ohop 



Ralph Ohop 



Janet Olson 

Susan Osimo 

Elizabeth Paquin 

David Pelletier 

William Pentland 

Susan Peters 

Linda Petrelli 

Dawn Piche 

Robert Pickarski 

Jeanne Plouffe 

Michele Plouffe 

Cindy Poirier 

Richard Poirier 

Steven Power 




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Deborah Presutti 
Debra Proulx 
Michelle Proulx 
Duane Pulsifer 
Linda Ramsdell 
Gail Remian 
Mary Jane Rewinski 

Benito Reyes 
John Richard 
David Riel 
Gerald Ryder 
Susan St. George 
Janice St. Laurent 
Cristina Santos 

Donald Sarrasin 
Michelle Savaria 
John Schuck 
Linda Seremet 
Joanne Servant 
Cheryl Shanbaum 
Stuart Shaw 

Virginia Simonelli 
Walter Smith 
Lou Ann Starr 
Shelly Stone 
Elaine Szolusha 
Gregory Szumilas 
Richard Taylor 

Judith Theodoss 
Joan Thibeault 
Normand Thibodeau 
Joel Tberii 
Cynthia Tremblay 
Achilles Tsongalis 
Catherine Tucker 

Mary Vasil 
Dimitrio Vasolaridis 
Jane Venie 
Linda Vetter 
Bonnie Vigilante 
Rebecca Voloka 
Barbara Wonderlie 



Arthur Zikos 




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Miss Claire Birtz 

Southbridge's Art Department the last thirty-six years has been vibrantly colored by 
the vivacity and generosity of Miss Claire Birtz. After study under Farnsworth, Brack- 
man, and Deering, Miss Birtz became art instructor for the entire school system. Later 
she undertook supervision of the system's art instruction with more time to focus on 
the varied needs of SHS's aspiring artists. Miss Birtz describes her profession as "not 
just teaching art . but finding the individual's unique ability," and has based her 
guidance on encouragement of self-development. Now Miss Birtz leaves SHS to pur- 
sue her two main interests: painting and ecology. She plans to fill her retirement lei- 
sure in paintings and lectures for the conservation of Southbridge. To Miss Birtz we 
leave a canvass-ful of thanks and wishes for the brightest of futures in retirement's 
multi-colored palette. 



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rom Being Friends Throughout The Years 




Mrs. Rose Proulx 

Nous esperons que vous allez avoir beaucoup 
de bonne chance dans les annees prochaines. 

After 34 years of teaching Mrs. Rose Proulx has acquired: 
The education of a college president, 
the executive ability of a financier, 
the humility of a deaconess, 
the adaptability of a chameleon, 
the optimism of a mountain climber, 
the courage of a heroine, 
the wisdom of a serpent, 
the gentleness of a dove, 
the patience of Job, 
the grace of God, and 
the persistence of the Devil. 



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Mr. Edward J. Desroches 
Principal 




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Mr. James Kroll 
Athletic Director 

B.S. Southern Conn. State College (Physical Education), 
M.S. University of New Mexico (Physical Education). 



Mr. Donald E. J. Dupont 
Assistant Principal 



With anticipation and excitement, the SHS population wel- 
comed a new Vice-Principal, Mr. Donald DuPont to join 
the ranks of the administration. Mr. DuPont received his 
A.B. from Providence College, his M.A.T. from Assumption 
College, and recently obtained his CAGS from the Univer- 
sity of Connecticut. We hope that he has found his first 
year at SHS a fulfilling one. 




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Mr. Neil LeBlanc: B.S. Ed. Bridgewater State Col- 
lege, M. Ed. Worcester State College Mr. 
David Boudreau: B.S. American International 
College, M.Ed. Worcester State College Mrs. 
Melia LeBoeuf: B.S. Annhurst College, M.A. As- 
sumption College. 




Mrs. Jeanne Chamberland, Guidance Secretary. 



Mrs. Nora Adams, Administrative Secretary and Mrs. Mary Clarke, Clerk. 




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department Head Mr. Dennis Keo- 
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America, M.A. Northwestern Uni- 
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"nomas Severance: B.S. Worcester 
>tate College, M.Ed. Worcester 
itate College . . . Mr. N. Richard 
.educ: B.S. Ed. Worcester State Col- 
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Albert Thomas: A.B. in Biology and English Miss Eleanor Tremblay: B.A. Elms College 

. . Department Head Mr. David Byron: B.S. Worcester State College, M. Ed. Worcester 
State College Mr. John Flannery: B.A. Worcester State College, M. Ed. Worcester State 
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Maria College, M.A. Laval University Miss Lillian Miskavich: B.A. Worcester State College Department 

Head Mrs. Rose Proulx: B.S. Boston University, M.A. Middlebury College Mrs. Linda Jowett: B.A. Annhurst 
College. 



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Miss Nancy Swiacki: B.A. Framingham State College . . Mr. Dennis McManis: B.A. Findlay College 
Mr. David Yacavace: B.A. Assumption College, M.A. Assumption College Miss Midge Mc- 

Nerney: B.A. College of Our Lady of the Elms Miss Beverly Poliks: B.A. University of Rhode Island 
Miss Ann O'Connell: B.A. Worcester State College Mr. Frederick Schultz: B.S. Ed. Worcester 

State College, M. Ed. Worcester State College Department Head Miss Sally Byrne: B. Ed. Keene 

State College, M.A. Middlebury College Mrs. Theresa Tersa: B.S. Clark University. 







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Lillian Miskavich: B.A. Worcester State College . Mr. Roger Giroux: B.S. Livingston University . Depart- 
ment Head Mr. James Forkey: A.B. in History University of Masachusetts, M. Ed. Worcester State College, 
M.A. in History University of Massachusetts, CAGS University of Massachusetts Mr. Walter Gosk: B.S. Ed. 
Worcester State College, M. Ed. Worcester State College Mr. Roland Varin: B.S. Ed. Worcester State Col- 
lege, M. Ed. Worcester State College. 



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James McCurry: B.S. University of Bridgeport Mr. William Welch: B.B.A. Nichols 
College Mrs. Geraldine Morrill: B.S. Regis College, M.A. Weston. 



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Mrs. Jean Grebb: B.S. Worcester State College, 
M.S. Worcester State College, M.L.S. University 
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And from the ashes 

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Bless the days when I'm feeling strong! 





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Babes In Toy land 



Days were fast 

but full of life — 
a lemon-lime holiday in the gym, 
sticky hands and cracked mushrooms, 
a carousel that never was. 
We laughed at everything. 
Still I can recall 

Bo Peep's sheep, 

creating and redoing the same wall 
of masterpiece, 
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Bye Bye Birdie 



Look to this play! 

In its brief course 

Lie all the verities and realities 

of our existence: 

The bliss of growth 

The glory of success 

The splendor of achievement! 
Laugh with the love of him, burst into 
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M. Metras, D. Pinkham, P. Alger, N. Wedge, L. Vairo, W. Maska, A. Kiritsy, M. Hughes, D. Righi, P. Lyon, D. Gajewski, H. Mac- 
Kinnon, P. Hoyt, K. Winters, S. Puracchio, C. Morrill, B. Lorange, D. Lane, D. Coderre, B. Beattie, S. Billis, J. Desrosier, L. Lamber- 
ton, R. Talisman, B. Bicki, J. Normandin, P. Dargie, N. Mathieu, S. Baker, C. Griffith, M. Billis, M. Favreau, M. Moore, W. Thomp- 
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Fashion Show 



On November eighth, the Junior 
Class, with much preparation be- 
hind them, successfully presented a 
Fashion Show. Students of each class 
and members of the faculty mod- 
eled a brilliant variety of clothing 
contributed by local merchants. It 
was a truly well-executed affair from 
the top of Mr. Thomas' shining head 
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Class spirit blossomed to spaghetti 
and meatballs on November 11 as 
S.H.S. proudly greeted its first Se- 
nior Supper. Mr. Teguis' hardy 
crew set out to prompt fun and 
enthusiasm in the hearts of class- 
mates and faculty, and succeed 
they did. The overwhelming atmo- 
sphere, set by music, candlelight, 
and cooperation shrowded all in 
bliss and satisfaction. One high 
point of the evening was the pres- 
entation of a mysterious birthday 
cake to Miss Turner. This night, the 
class of '73 proved that the class 
that plays together, stays together. 





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The Class of 73 came through with flying colors once 
again when Faith Ayers and Jeff Varin took the leads as 
Nancy and Charlie in the November 17th and 18th 
production of Gramercy Ghost. Under the outstanding 
direction of Mr. Dennis McManis, the cast spent many 
long hours rehearsing for the final successful outcome. 
Jim Santo, as Parker, added a bit of humor to the play, 
while Chris Jarvis, alias Nathaniel, added that mysteri- 
ous touch of spookiness. 




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Santo, F. Ayers, J. Varin, M. Fournier. 



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The ideal man bears the accidents 
of life with dignity and grace, 
making the best of circumstances. 
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The International Buffet 



The coming of Spring 1972 brought along the return of 
the S.H.S. International Buffet. Through the hard ef- 
forts of home economics students and cafeteria staff, 
everyone got a chance to sample a taste of exquisite 
foreign cuisine. 



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December 1st, 1972 marked an important day 
because of the women faculty members who 
made their debuts on the basketball court 
while challenging the SHS Girls' Varsity Bas- 
ketball Team: Among the outstanding per- 
formers were: Mrs. Sullivan ("Sully"), Miss 
O'Connell ("the mysterious one"), Miss 
Tremblay ("Pigtails"), and of course "always 
on the floor" Miss Miskavich. 





Basketball Game 



Looking at the other side, the SHS male faculty 
took on the Well's men in a more serious con- 
test. Wells chalked up the victory, but our fac- 
ulty remained number one in our hearts. The 
humorous evening was fun for all and a tre- 
mendous success as a fund-raising event for 
the SHS Student Council. 




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that of this Fall, 1972. The hustle- 
and-bustle of students, band, major- 
ettes, cheerleaders, and faculty alike 
made for enthusiastic rallies, the 
spirit then being transferred to the 
playing field. 




Pumpkin 
Pow-Wow 

For trick-or-treat Halloween enter- 
tainment, the busy S.H.S. Student 
Council, under the advisorship of 
Mr. Larson, sponsored a second buf- 
fet-party. Among the one hundred 
guests were 3 birds, a cannibal, a 
Santa, a chain-gang, and the ugliest 
"lady" ever seen. The highlight of 
the exciting evening was a terror- 
filled creep through the darkened 
halls of S.H.S., ending with mysteri- 
ous hands reaching out from no- 
where. You can be sure that many 
raced home with road-runner speed 
haunted by thoughts of the "Curse 
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Model U.N. Congress 




December 14th-17th saw a group of elev- 
en SHS Seniors attending a Model United 
Nations, sponsored by Harvard Universi- 
ty, at Boston's Sheraton-Plaza Hotel. 
Aside from being a social event, the 
Model U.N. attempted to promote an 
understanding of the purposes and func- 
tions of the world body. The 1972 Harvard 
Model U.N. drew together 700 high 
school students from throughout the 
United States and Canada, with each high 
school group playing the role of diplo- 
mats representing countries all over the 
world engaging in delicate negotiations 
and political maneuvers. From the Gener- 
al Assembly to Security Council meetings 
and even to late-evening parties, the elev- 
en that attended can vouch that it was an 
unusual and intellectually stimulating 

experience. 




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National Honor Society Induction 



The Cole-Corbin Chapter of the National Honor Society held its 
first annual induction on Thursday, February 8th. Under the new 
advisorship of Mr. Loconto, the Society inducted five Juniors and 
one Senior. Those students who qualified for National Honor So- 
ciety membership were asked to complete an application and 
then each student was carefully screened by a committee consist- 
ing of administration, guidance, and faculty. The induction itself 
was presented to the student body in a novel manner. A slide 
presentation set to music was the highlight of the assembly, along 
with a brief concert by the S.H.S. Scarlet Troubadours. The newly- 
inducted members were welcomed into the National Honor So- 
ciety at a reception held for them that evening. 









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Winter Carnival 



S.H.S. was transformed into a "Cartoon Factory" during 
the week of February 12-17 by ever-enthusiastic "elves of 
fantasy." With the aid of Fat Albert, Pogo, and Winnie- 
the-Pooh, Mr. Larson's Student Council boost- 
ed the second annual Winter Carnival to mid-winter folly. 
Each class did its best for success in events such as volley- 
ball, mural painting, and pie-eating. The Seniors manifest- 
ed four years ability in theme and poster contests; the 
Sophomores surprised all in their basketball prowess; and 
the Freshmen and Juniors added much in their newly 
mustered talents. Saturday night's dance featuring the 
well-known rock band "Fate", was the center of much 
activity when Senior Geraldine Lees was crowned 
"Queen of the 1973 Winter Carnival" and many trophies 
were awarded to first-place contest winners. In the end, 
the winning class of Sophomores proved their unity and 
spirit undefiable, and the second annual Winter Carnival 

came to a reluctant close. 










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1st ROW: M. Cavanaugh, J. Gray, D. Ashe, M. Regan. 2nd ROW: R. LeBoeuf, D. Monroe, M. Marcotte, S. Simonelli, W. Gajewski. 3rd ROW: 
M. Beaupre, J. Santo. 4th ROW: B. Kangas, S. Osimo, S. Kowalski, D. Saintonge, E. Vangel, L. Long, D. Tremlay, D. Chausse, L. Perron, V. Simo- 
nelli, K. Winters, C. Jarvis, L. Peloquin, C. Luchini, Band Director Mr. Kruczek. 5th ROW: B. Bates, R. Thibodeau, M. Bullard, A. Segarra, B. 
Karp, J. Libera. 




The S.H.S. Band, always improving under the 
able direction of Mr. Kruczek, looked and 
sounded outstanding at all school activities 
including football games and concerts. 



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FRONT: Co-Captain, C. Ramsdell, E. Nass, H. Kiritsy, C. Pion, Co-Captain M. Billis. BACK: P. Boudreau, N. Wedge, P. Kowalewski, Drum Ma- 
jorette M. Fournier, J. McGrath, M. Ciukaj. D. Vetter. 




Besides presenting a peppy, well-practiced 
routine to all football spectators on those 
fall Saturday afternoons, the Majorettes, 
under the guidance of Miss Nancy Swiacki, 
also performed at halftime at all home basket- 
ball games. Basketball halftimes wouldn't have 
been the same without the Majorettes donned in 
their new red, white, and blue uniforms. 



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Troubadours 



Well on their way to sounding more like a 

professional group than ever, the SHS Scarlet 

Troubadours performed not only for school 

concerts, but also for local women's clubs, 

the nursing home and the elderly. With 

Mr. Fuerer conducting, the Troubadours presented 

a wide variety of music from their repetoire, 

from the every-popular "People" to a love song 

in Italian. 




1st ROW: M. Lavallee, L. Lamberton, Y. Gauthier, P. Nass, C. Ramsdell, P. Kowalewski, J. Desrosier, J. Benoit. 2nd ROW: M. 
Cox, P. Capistrand, L. Bachand, J. Benson, M. Smith, L. Ciccotelli, S. Puracchio. 3rd ROW: L. Corbitt, C. Bellerive, M. Moore, 
N. Mathieu, E. Berard, D. Tremblay, N. Pelletier. D. Kaitbenski. 4th ROW: C. Kollios, |. McGrath. N. Wedge, P. Alger, M. Me- 
tras, R. Labonte, J. Gagnon. 5th ROW: D. Lajoie, K. McDonald, C. Pion, D. Coderre, L. Vairo, J. Libera, R. Boulanger, M. 
Belanger. 



Girls' Glee Glub 




1st ROW: C. Frigon, A. Kalis, C. Libby, E. McLean, C. Tremblay, J. Theodoss, M. Sandgren. 2nd ROW: C. Beaudry, K. MacKinnon, P. Chasse, A. 
Costa, D. Nadeau, G. Remian, S. Breen. 3rd ROW: S. Bouvier, K. Levesque, J. Olson, A. Bergman, S. Stone, J. Mathieu, K. Munroe. 4th ROW: 
E. Agathangelakis, L. Gaudette, M. Vasil. K. Clapperton. M Morrill, L. Ramsdell, P. Puracchio. 5th ROW: J. Plouffe, L. Vetter, D. Proulx, D. 
Plouffe, C. Svedberg, I. Dembowski, D. George. 6th ROW: S. Fitzgibbons, S. Graf, C. Lafleche, J. Benoit, J. Champeau. 



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Boys' Glee Club 




1st ROW: R. Boulanger, P. LaCoste, M. Belanger. 2nd ROW: M. Metras, P. Alger, E. Baldyga. 



Girls' Choir 




1st ROW: A. Kalis, C. Libby, E. McLean, C. Tremblay, P. Capistrand, M. Sandgren. 2nd ROW: C. Beaudry, K. MacKinnon, P. Chasse, A. Costa, 
D. Nadeau, G. Remian, S. Breen. 3rd ROW: S. Bouvier, K. Levesque, J. Olson, A. Bergman, S. Stone, J. Mathieu, K. Munroe. 



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1st ROW: J. Gagnon, R. Labonte, E. Menard, K. Mongeon, N. Maly, D. Sarrasin. 2nd ROW: M. Genereux, R. Wetherbee, M. 
Starr, T. Sullivan, B. Bergeron, N. Freeland, C. Ducheneau. 3rd ROW: R. Hibbard, P. Mitchell, M. Zachara, P. LeBoeuf, D. Starr, D. 
Righi, L. Lamberton. 4th ROW: C. Favre, P. Alger, R. Rankel, N. Peterson, J. Varin, B. Szydlik, J. Clapperton. 



Concessions 




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Art Club 




1st ROW: D. Lacasse, D. Nichols, H. Gendreau, R. Voloka, J. Thibeault. 2nd ROW: R. Morin, M. Cecere, L. 
Starr. 



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1st ROW: W. Peloquin, T. Alger, L. Boucher, K. Freeland, K. Lavailee, R. Osowski, W. Monaco. 2nd ROW: J. Audet, M. 
Olzsta, Mr. Paul, W. Misiaszek, J. Skowron, J. Osimo. 



Prom Committee 




1st ROW: J. Clapperton, H. Simonelli, N. Maly, D. Sarrasin, S. Puracchio, J. Desrosier, K. Winters, J. Varin, C. Favre. 2nd ROW: M. 
Genereux, M. Bullard, M. Starr, R. Rankel, B. Bergeron, M. Fournier, L. Long, J. Polakowski, P. Kowalewski. 3rd ROW: C. Duche- 
neau, N. Freeland, L. Jandron, D. Righi, D. Starr, E. Vangel, D. Saintonge, N. Peterson, K. Mongeon. 4th ROW: F. Ayers, R. Hib- 
bard, J. Cagnon, K. McDonald, E. Menard, R. Labonte, P. LeBoeuf, A. Hufault, M. Zachara. 5th ROW: M. Sansoucy, D. Dmytryk, 
P. Mitchell, J. Santo, B. Szyklik, B. Karp, L. Parenteau, M. St. Laurent, D. Vetter, T. Sullivan, R. Wetherbee. 



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1st ROW: C. Boutelle, D. Fitzgibbons, Y. Gauthier, J. Bellerive, A. Laferriere, S. Fitzgibbons, C. Frigon, N. Wedge. 2nd 
ROW: K. McDonald, P. Mitchell, D. Dmytryk, E. Szolusha, L. Lemmelin, D. Lajoie, D. Plouffe, L. Jandron. 3rd ROW: J. San- 
to, L. Lemmelin, C. Beaudry, B. Beaudry, G. Mongeon, M. Belanger, L. Vairo, J. Libera, E. Baldyga, D. Coderre. 



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FRONT: P. Mitchell, J. Santo, B. Lorange. BACK: Advisor Mr. McManis, K. Mc- 
Donald, D. Pinkham, K. Winters. 



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Pep 
Club 




1st ROW: C. Libby, D. Proulx, J. Plouffe, K. MacKinnon, P. Chasse, A. Costa, J. Theodoss, L. Lemmelin. 2nd ROW: S. Breen, L. Lemmelin, S. 
Grynciewicz, N. Larochelle, B. Vigilante, C. Lachapelle, S. Broillard, J. Olson, D. Nadeau. 3rd ROW: R. Voloka, K. Arpin, M. DiGregorio, A. 
Bergman, D. Bernard, J. Venie, L. Mathieu, C. Lafleche. 4th ROW: M. Cox, L. Corbitt, E. Agathangelakis, L. Gaudette, M. Vasil, K. Clapperton, 
M. Morrill, L. Ramsdell, D. George. 5th ROW: D. Pontbriand, V. Grimes, R. St. Martin, G. Leblanc, C. Fournier, A. Laferriere, L. Laferriere, J. 
Laferriere. 6th ROW: L. Lamberton, S. Bouvier, K. Boutelle, M. Czyzewski, R. Santelli, K. Hill, D. Cote, D. Poirier, C. Svedberg. 



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Chess 
Club 



Ski 
Club 




B. Difederico, D. Anderson, J. Kantorski, M. Belanger, D. Reil, J. Syriac, D. Monroe, R. Dusza, D. 
Vasolaridis, B. Pienta. 



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7sf ROW. M. Belanger, M. Favreau, R. Cielsa, M. Plouffe, J. Mills, J. Theodoss. 2nd ROW: M. 
Christman, L. Lamberton, A. Venie, W. Cajewski, J. Prokos, C. Kollios. 3rd ROW: B. Bergeron, L. 
Perron, J. Venie, M. Morrill, L. Seremet, J. McGrath. 4th ROW: D. Dmytryk, N. Wedge, K. Clap- 
perton, D. Bentley, D. George. 5th ROW: M. Bullard, J. Santo, J. Clapperton. 



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1st ROW: M. Cavanaugh, J. Libera, Band Director Mr. Kruczek. 2nd ROW: D. Tremblay, J. Gray, J. Santo, L. Perron. 
3rd ROW: M. Regan, D. Ashe, W. Gajewski. 



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SEATED: G. Remian, D. Nadeau, L. Starr. STANDING: A. Halkidis, A. Zikos, D. Lafleche, 
Team Advisor Mr. Larson. 



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Biology Club 




1st ROW: A. Harwood, L. Long, C. Favre, M. Fournier. 2nd ROW: L. Soter, R. St. Martin, E. Vangel, D. Starr. 3rd ROW: M. 
Sandgren, J. Remian, N. Freeland, J. Peloquin, C. Ducheneau, L. Starr. 4th ROW: Club Advisor Mr. Flannery, M. Prokos, J. 
Santo, J. Polakowski. 



Physical Science Club 




1st ROW: C. Matte, J. Jalbert. 2nd ROW: C. Proulx, A. Morin, N. Hufault, S. Grynciewicz, D. Marino, C. Holmes. 3rd ROW: J. 
Anderson, D. Proulx, V. Simonelli, N. Larochelle, K. MacKinnon, Advisor Mr. Thomas. 



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Medical Careers 




1st ROW: S. Graf, E. John, M. Lavallee, M. Sandgren, M. Ciukaj, M. Rewinski. 2nd ROW: K. Arpin, E. Nass, N. Wedge, C. 
Santos, M. Digregorio, M. Sansoucy, S. Bouvier, D. Lacasse. 3rd ROW: R. Voloka, D. Bernard, D. Nadeau, E. Szolusha, K. 
Mroczkowski, D. Sarrasin, J. Olson, N. Freeland, C. Ducheneau, R. Dusza. 



Future Teachers 




1st ROW: M. Zachara, D. Dmytryk, S. Puracchio, D. Nichols. 2nd ROW: D. Kaitbenski, D. 
Righi, P. Alger, C. Favre, E. Menard. 3rd ROW: P. Kowalewski, M. Smith, J. Desrosier, L. 
Lamberton, P. Mitchell, Advisor Miss McNerney. 



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1st ROW: N. Maly, M. Foley, J. St. Laurent, M. St. Laurent. 2nd row; D. Gajewski, D. Vetter, Y. Gau- 
thier, D. McDonald. 3rd ROW: J. Laferriere, L. Laferriere, K. McDonald, D. Martel. 4th ROW: Advisor 
Mrs. Morrill, B. Lippe, L. Whitney, D. Pinkham. 




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Spanish Club 




1st ROW: D. Lacasse, B. Lippe, D. Coderre, D. Righi. 2nd ROW: P. Alger, M. Bullard, C. Favre, A. Belanger, A. Segarra. 



French Club 




SEATED: R. St. Martin, L. Lamberton, C. Kollios, M. Digregorio, M. Prokos, L. Starr. STANDING: A. Harwood, D. Plouffe, 
N. Desaulniers, D. Bernard, M. Greene, M. Czyzewski, J. McGrath, D. Kaitbenski, P. Mitchell, L. Jandron, Advisor Miss 
Dumas. 



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Reading 
Club 



1st ROW: P. Alger, D. Righi, D. Dmytryk, P. Mitchell. 
2nd ROW: R. Labonte, P. LeBoeuf, R. Hibbard. 3rd 
ROW: Club Advisor Mrs. Tersa, K. McDonald, E. 
Menard, J. Gagnon. 




Media 
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SEATED: Secretary R. Hibbard, President A. Hufault, J. Benoit, Vice-President D. Fitzgibbons, D. Pinkham. 
STANDING: D. Plouffe, M. Zachara, A. Kalis, W. Thompson, T. Brian, J. Plouffe, A.V.A. Salesman, L. Vetter, R. 
Vetter, D. Bernard. 



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N. Maly, B. Foley, D. LeBlanc, J. Roy, B. Lee, P. Puracchio, K. Winters, M. Morrill, H. Kiritsy, M. Billis, K. Mroczkowski, M. 
Rewinski, S. Puracchio, T. Walkowiak, S. Butler, L. Vairo, Council Advisor Mr. Larson, C. Chase, N. Peterson, P. LaCoste, J. 
Chasse, B. Galli. 



Student 
Council 



The SHS Student Council continued to be very 
active and involved this year in all types of 
activities to stimulate student involvement 
from the Pumpkin Pow Wow to another Winter 
Carnival. Under the outstanding advisorship 
of Mr. Larson, council representatives took an 
active part in serving as student advisory 
members to the School Committee, HEW group, 
Teacher Evaluation Committee, and the Educa- 
tional Goals Committee. The Student Council 
always seemed to keep busy whether it was 
helping plan an assembly program or selling 
"We Don't Mess Around" buttons. 




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National Honor Society 




1st ROW: D. Saintonge, L. Long, L. Peloquin, P. Mandeville, D. Sarrasin, C. Favre, M. St. Laurent, Advisor Mr. Loconto. 2nd ROW: P. 
Kowalewski, T. Sullivan, B. Szydlik, B. Karp, J. Santo. 




The Cole — Corbin Chapter of the National 
Honor Society, under the direction of 
Mr. Loconto, planned a very different 
type of winter induction with a color- 
ful slide presentation set to music for 
all to enjoy. This year the N.H.S. con- 
tinued to support worthwhile activities 
for the entire school body. 



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Milestone Staffs 




Editor-in-Chief Nancy Freeland and Layout Editor Chris Favre. 




EDITORIAL STAFF: J. Desrosier, M. Fournier, D. Righi, M. Starr, 
D. Dmytryk, J. Santo. 



"Work, work, work" is the phrase that filled 
the ears of the Yearbook staff and the 
advisors, Mr. Varin and Mr. McCurry through- 
out the course of the year, but once the 
finished product materialized, we all took 
pride in the completed task. Hope you take 
pride in it also! 





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♦Annual Northbridge Jamboree 



Football 1972 



Southbridge 6 






Head Coach Don Marino's 13th season at Southbridge High 
began, as most do, with a great deal of well-founded optimism 
as several key players he would be relying on during the 
season had valuable experience from the previous year. The 
year 1971 had been a rebuilding year and the Pioneers had 
won six games against but three losses. They had also shared 
the Border Conference Championship. All things considered, 
it was no wonder the Marino-men enthusiastically approached 
the 1972 season. 

The season began with the traditional Jamboree played in 
Northbridge. The Pioneers wasted little time getting on 
the scoreboard as they easily defeated host Northbridge High 
by the score of 28-6. Both the offensive and defensive 
units stood out in this contest and Southbridge players and 
fans alike looked forward to the home opener against Clinton 
the following week. 

The season officially opened one week later as our gridders 
hosted an always strong Clinton Gaels team. Southbridge's 
famed defensive unit, dubbed the "Big D", proved that defense 
would again play a key role in our season's success. The 
defensive unit, led by middle linebacker and co-captain Mike 
Garcia, co-captain John Roy, Henry Dubreuil, Mike Benjamin, 
Marty Power, Marcel Besse and Phil Lanctot held the Gaels at 
bay while the offense triggered by quarterback Dario Ciovacco 
scored 22 points. 





The following week Southbridge hosted the potent Gardner Wi 
cats. Prior to the season, Coach Marino had expressed high regai 
for this perrenial "Class A" powerhouse. He proved to be prophe 
as the Wildcats gave the Pioneers One of its toughest games of t 
year. Southbridge prevailed, however, by the score of 12-7. 

Our first away game was against Auburn High School) "Class 
champs the previous season, but patsies this year as we co.mpfet 
demolished the Dandies 42-6. Notable in this game were Mike C 
cia's four touchdowns and the always stingy Pioneer defense. 

Hopefully, night games are a thing of the past. On a cold Friday r\\{ 
in Hudson we fell to the Hawks by a score of 6-0. Our offense sp 
tered as Hudson played inspired football. Our vaunted defer 
played well enough allowing but one touchdown, but that's all Hi 
son needed to win. Making matters worse, two of our key playt 
Mike Garcia and Marty Power were injured. Marty would sub: 
quently miss one, and Mike the next three games, a serious blow 
our earlier undefeated hopes. On the positive side, Dave Caoue 
regained his eligibility status at about this time. His running tale 
would sorely be needed now that Mike Garcia was out of the lineuj 








1st ROW: H. Dubreuil, M. Benjamin, M. Besse, Captains J. Roy, 
M. Garcia, and R. Maramo, L. Jewell, R. Brian, J. Lefebvre, P. Lane- 
tot. 2nd ROW: Head Coach D. Marino, M. Power, G. Mathieu, J. 
Petrelli, M. Lomme, D. Ciovacco, R. Thompson, G. Corriveau, R. 
Turcotte. 3rd ROW: J. DiGregorio, M. Carron, K. Leblanc, J. Jal- 



bert, J. Earls, J. Ciprari, J. Learned, J. Ohop, P. Dargie. 4th ROW: 
D. lafleche, D. Grenke, R. Hughes, S. Curboy, C. Culliton, D. 
DiGregorio, N. Tiberii. 5th ROW: Assistant Coaches W. Welch, 
Giroux, and Santilli, R. Kimball, P. Burzycki, R. Trahan, S. Austin. 
6th ROW: G. Langlois and Captain D. Caouette. 



Dreams of an undefeated season gone, Southbridge now 
concentrated on the Central Massachusetts "Class B" 
Crown. Our chief opponents for the distinction seemed 
to be the eventual winner, Shrewsbury High School. 
Another loss would be disastrous, and unfortunately 
that occured in our next game. Sadly depleted by 
injuries suffered the previous week, the Pioneers fell 
to the Atho! High Red Raiders in a hard fought contest 

Our last four games of the season proved to be carbon- 
copies of one another. In each of the last four games, 
the Pioneers staged second-half comebacks that were un- 
believable! Trailing Tantasqua 6-2, Southbridge scored 
four last period T.D.'s to win 30-6. Running back 
Dave Caouette, in a brilliant display, scored three of 
the touchdowns, Guy Mathieu the other. The following 
week, defensive linebacker Henry Dubreuil took to the 
offense and scored a late touchdown to help defeat 
St. John's 15-14. Against Wachusett Regional, the 
Pioneers scored 21 of its game-winning 23 points in the 
last period to defeat the Mountaineers 23-6. Finally, 
on Thanksgiving Day, Bob Maramo caught the winning 
touchdown pass against the Indians with but 20 seconds 
remaining on the clock. Final Score: Southbridge 6- 
Bartlett 0. The last four games were truly an amazing 
windup to a fine 7 and 2 season. 





Though the Pioneers narrowly missed the "Class B" champic 
ship, they did win the Border Conference Title. Two of c 
gridders, middle linebacker Mike Garcia and quarterback D, 
io Ciovacco made the Worcester Telegram and Gazette Sup 
All-Star Team. Halfback Dave Caouette made the "Class B" A 
Star Team and two-way lineman Dave Benjamin received Ho 
orable Mention. 

Coach Marino was named the Border Conference "Coach 
the Year", and Mike Benjamin given the "Lineman of the Yea 
award. Other Pioneers on the Conference All-Star Team wer 
Seniors Mike Garcia, John Roy, Marcel Besse, Mike Benjam 
Bob Maramo, Henry Dubreuil, Marty Power, and Da 
Caouette; Junior Dario Ciovacco and Sophomore Ken 
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Soccer 1972 




1st ROW: J. MoFgan, R. Cournoyer, W. Petro, J. Marino, A. Zikos, 
J. Tiberii, A. Tsongalis, D. Vassolarides, F. Bousquet, D. Albani, 
Manager J. Daniels. 2nd ROW: Head Coach W. Gosk, D. Ashe, E. 



Peters, B. Galli, D. Lacasse, B. Dupuis, S. Kadziewicz, J. Prokos, J. 
Chasse, S. Varin, K. Divris, G. Mongeon, C. Desrosier, R. Lees, C. 
Livernois, Assistant Coach T. Comer. 



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SOUTHBRIDGE 2 — SUTTON 1 ! Southbridge High School's first 
victory ever in its short history of varsity soccer compe- 
tition came in but the third game of the 72 season. The 
following game, the Pioneers tied the always powerful Bartlett 
High Indians, 1-1. This was but the second full year of 
soccer for most of the players under Head Coach Gosk, and at 
times mastering the European sport proved frustrating. But 
it was obvious the boys were progressing. Their teamwork 
and passing improved and they played a much more aggressive 
hitting game. 

The addition of transfer Rich Lees to the offensive line 

with Russ Cournoyer and Dave Albani, all Juniors, and Sophomores 

Jimmy Marino and Billy Petro improved that facet of the Pioneer's 

game. Leading the team's hard-working defensive specialists was 

the only Senior starter Co-Captain Brian Dupuis, plus Juniors 

Scott Varin, Bruce Galli, David Lacasse, David Ashe, 

and Jeff Chasse. Goalie Eliot Peters, also a Junior, proved more 

than adequate all season long. The only other Senior on the squad 

was Co-Captain Stan Kadziewicz. 

Considering how far the team has come in two short seasons, and 
the enthusiasm of the many underclassmen on the squad, the future 
looks bright for S.H.S. soccer. 





Basketball 
1972-73 





SHS OPPONENT | 


40 Shrewsbury 


41 


44 St. Peter's 


70 


76 Northbridge 


60 


37 Gardner 


50 


56 Prouty 


52 


50 Athol 


39 


60 BARTLETT 


56 


69 Tantasqua 


56 


75 Auburn 


32 


62 Prouty 


65 


58 Leominster 


51 


55 Bartlett 


71 


62 Tantasqua 


32 


54 Athol 


51 


50 Marianhill 


42 


46 Auburn 


31 


59 Oxford 


46 


58 Gardner 


53 


47 Algonquin 


63 


58 Leominster 


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Most people thought the 72-73 season 
would be spent rebuilding Pioneer basket- 
ball fortunes. That seemed to be accurate 
thinking considering only super-center Vir 
nie Hoffman was back from the previous 
season and the team would be heavily load 
ed with inexperienced former Junior Varsil 
players. After the first four games (3 Losses 
and 1 Win), it looked like it was going to be 
long basketball season; But then Vinnie am 
his yOung teammates began to make belie\ 
ers out of their fans and won five games in 
row. Included in that string was a brilliant 
60-56 win over arch-rival Bartlett, fashionei 
in Webster, a feat few remembered had 
occured in many-a-year. 



NEELING: J. Chasse, S. Butler, E. Peters, F. Bousquet, D. Albani, and M. Power. STANDING: Man- 
ger J. Daniel, S. Varin, N. Peterson, D. Lacasse, V. Hoffman, B. Galli, D. Ashe, and Coach W. Gosk. 








At mid-season the team stalled slightly losing to Prouty in Spen- 
cer, defeating Leominster, and then losing the rematch with Bar- 
tlett at home. This was followed by six consecutive victories in- 
cluding a thirty point win over Tantasqua, 50-42 conquest of 
cross-town rival Marianhill, and a 58-53 overtime thriller over 
Gardner reversing an earlier loss to the Wildcats. 



After their first eighteen games, the Pioneers had a respectable 13 
and 5 record, qualifying them for District III Championship play at 
the end of the season. They were also selected to enter the Clark 
University Tournament (Small Schools Division). In Border Con- 
ference action, they were 6 and 2 overall finishing second to the 
Bartlett Indians. Not bad for a rebuilding season ! 



unior Varsity 




J.V.'S 


OPP. 


Shrewsbury 


45 


St. Peter's 


49 


Northbridge 


38 


Gardner 


49 


Prouty 


41 


Athol 


34 


Bartlett 


47 


Tantasqua 


26 


Auburn 


36 


Prouty 


37 


Leominster 


M2 


BARTLETT 


38 


Tantasqua 


25 


Athol 


53 


Marianhill 


43 


Auburn 


34 


Oxford 


33 


Gardner 


62 


Algonquin 


51 


Leominster 


48 



NEEUNC: S. Negep, D. Lafleche, K. LeBlanc, P. LaCoste, M. Carron, J. Power, and S. Curboy. 
TANDINC: P. Molina, J. Cray, M. Aucoin, S. Pontbriand, G. Tsoules, R. Garron, and Coach R. 

iiovanello. 




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Memorable during the season were the accomplishments of 
Senior Captain Vinnie Hoffman. Vinnie averaged 20 points and 
well over 20 rebounds per game as well as innumerable blocked 
shots. His mere presence in the Pioneer lineup intimidated team 
after team. He also wound up his SHS scoring career with well- 
over 1,000 points, joining only '65 Alumnus Paul Mani in that ex- 
clusive club. 



The only other Seniors on the squad were Neil Peterson and Mar- 
ty Power. Underclassmen contributing heavily to Pioneer success 
were Juniors Scott Butler, David Lacasse and Scott Varin, starters 
most of the season. Other important cogs during the season were 
Juniors Eliot Peters, Jay Digregorio, Fran Bousquet, David Ashe, 
Bruce Galli, and David Albani. The above Juniors and a surprising- 
ly strong and scrappy group of J.V. players promises much for fu- 
ture Pioneer basketball. 




1st ROW: R. Taylor, R. Kimball, S. Negep, P. Molina, D. Lafleche, and A. Tsongalis. 
2nd ROW: S. Austin, J. Schuck, P. DiGregorio, D. Pelletier, and J. Ayers. 



Girls' 
Basketball 



The Pioneerettes won some big games this season cul- 
minating with their best record in SHS history, 13-2. 
Through teamwork, determination and encouragement 
from coach Eleanor Tremblay, the girls defeated such 
teams as Prouty, Douglas and Oxford, the team that 
knocked the Pioneerettes out of the opening round of 
last year's Girls' Tournament. 

Jackie St. Laurent proved to be the team's offensive 

sparkplug by finishing the regular season with 204 

points, while rookie Sue Peters finished a close second 

with 197. Defensively, co-captain Chris Favre controlled 

the boards pulling down a total of 227 rebounds, surely 

a school record. 

Co-Captain Donna Sarrasin, Cecile Nault, and Lisa Cor- 
bitt added both offensively and defensively, and the 
team wouldn't have been the same without Marilyn 
Smith, Debra Tremblay and Cathy Choquet. With a rec- 
ord of 13-2, the girls qualified to play in the 3rd Annual 
Girl's' Tourney against St. Mary's of Milford. 





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VARSITY SCORES 


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SHS 


OPPONENT 


40 


Marianhili 


36 


42 


Quaboag 


27 


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Oxford 


45 


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Bay Path 


11 


41 


Prouty 


46 


47 


BARTLETT 


23 


35 
50 


Auburn 
Tantasqua 


30 
29 


50 


Prouty 


37 


SB 


Sutton 


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5 


48 


BARTLETT 


2 


4 


43 


Douglas 


4 




56 


Marianhili 


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56 


Auburn 


38 


53 


Tantasqua 


46 




Season: 13-2 


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What are your feelings about a 13 and 2 
season ? 

Jackie, "The coach and the team were 
great to work with!" 
Sue, "What a way to start off my fresh- 
man year!" 

Smitty, "I'm really proud of our record 
because everyone worked together to 
get it!" 

Ceece, "It's been a great year!" 
Debbie, "The kids were great to be 
with! Scoring my first two points was 
exciting!" 

Donna, "We've got something to 
be proud of, with a 13-2 record. Right- 
on!" 

Cathy, "It was great, I'm just glad I was 
a part of it all!" 

Lisa, "It was a great year during and 
after the games!" 
Chris, "F-A-N-T-A-S-T-l-C! ! !" 
Coach Tremblay, "I'm very happy that 
our team, through constant dedication 
and enthusiasm, was rewarded with 
success. We can credit our co-captains, 
Chris and Donna, for much of the 
team's success." 





KNEELING: C. Nault, D. Sarrasin, C. Favre, and M. Smith. STANDING: Coach E. Tremblay, J. St. Laurent, L. 
Corbitt, S. Peters, C. Choquet, and D. Tremblay. 




J. St. Laurent, C. Cessolini, C. Grant, D. Ouellette, V. Simonelli, Coach J. O'Brien, C. Caouette, P. 
Chasse, M. Greene, and G. Leblanc. 



The Girls J.V. team had a successful sea- 
son under the direction of SHS alumna 
Janet O'Brien. Co-captains Janice St. 
Laurent and Meg Greene led the girls 
to a satisfying 9-5 record. Cheryl 
Caouette, Debra Ouellette and Janice 
St. Laurent received an added honor 
when they were moved up to the Var- 
sity for the 3rd Annual Southbridge 
Girls Invitational Tournament. 



Junio 
Varsity 



Marianhill 
Oxford 
Bay Path 
Prouty 
BARTLETT 
Auburn 
Tantasqua 
Prouty 
Sutton 
BARTLETT 
Douglas 
Marianhill 
Auburn 
Tantasqua 
Season: 9-5 



Though wins were scarce for 
the 1972 edition of the Pi- 
oneer baseball team, the 
abundance of good young 
ball players on both the Var- 
sity and junior Varsity nines 
augurs well for the 1973 
season. 



Varsity Baseball 1972 




KNEELING: M. Besse, J. Lefebvre, W. Learned, B. Tokarz, M. Garcia, and K. LeBlanc. STANDING: 
Head Coach A. Santilli, D. Lacasse, M. Hernandez, J. Lomme, C. Langlois, V. Ortez and Assistant 
Coach D. Ferron. 








Junior Varsity 1972 




KNEELING: S. Butler, R. Cournoyer, B. lozzo, M. Marcucci, T. Allard, and W Petro STANDINi 
Coach J. Kane, S. Tenczar, J. Earls, K. Lee, F. Bousquet, E. Peters, and G. Knight. 



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I have no complaints. 
I play to win 
even when I know 
the battle's hopeless. 
Rod McKuen 





1st ROW: N. Tiberii, J. Roy, L. Jewell, L. Carpentier, R. Christman, N. Peterson, and R. Brian. 2nd 
ROW: B. Tetreault, J. Prokos, R. Livernois, K. Jewell, J. Petrelli, and S. Jewell. 3rd ROW: M. Four- 
nier, J. Gray, J. Power, R. Hughes, and D. DiGregorio. 





Cross Country 1972 




KNEELING: B. Meredith, L. Vairo, M. Richard, M. Beaupre, S. Richard, G. DuPaul, and C. Ciovacco. 
STANDING: Coach Leduc, R. Christman, N. Peterson, C. Tsoules, W. Gajewski, P. LaCoste, and J. 
Power. 





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With 15 wins, only 6 losses 
and 1 tie, the Pioneer har- 
riers compiled the finest 
record ever in the history of 
S.H.S. cross country. The fol- 
lowing record attests to that 
great season: 



SHS 


OPPONENT 


20 


BARTLETT 43 


15 


Tantasqua 49 


28 


Westboro 28 


15 


Marianhill 46 


34 


Shrewsbury 23 




SHS 


OPPONENT 




16 
37 


Montachusetts 46 
Gardner 20 




26 


Algonquin 30 




22 


W. Boylston 33 




29 


Auburn 26 




19 


Sutton 39 




15 


St. Peter's 48 




18 


Bay Path 42 




26 


Oxford 29 




15 


Prouty 48 




37 


Stjohn's 20 




17 


N. Brookfield 41 




30 


Bacon Academy 25 




21 


Woodstock 40 




20 


BARRETT 43 




19 


Quaboag 36 




20 


Pomfret Acad. 47 




Season: W(15) T(1) L(6) 





Softball 1972 




1st ROW: J. Champeau, J. O'Brien, J. St. Laurent, J. Remian, and B. Wood. 2nd ROW: L. Corbitt, A. Gauthier, 
D. Tremblay, D. Chausse, and S. Ford. 3rd ROW: Coach Leduc, S. Ford, P. Collette, and C. Nault. 











Traditionally the S.H.S. Softball Team has been a powerhouse, and tradition 
wasn't broken during the 72 season as our girls rolled to 12 wins and but 1 
loss during the regular season. The following scores are indicative of their 
outstanding season: S.H.S. defeated Sutton 7-1, BARTLETT 17-7, Tantasqua 
27-9, and Marianhill 22-8 before losing to Marian 21-15. S.H.S. then defeat- 
ed Prouty 10-3, Douglas 19-12, Prouty 18-5, Quaboag 10-9, and Auburn 12-5. 
In post-season tournament play our gals defeated Auburn 13-8 and lost to 
tourney winner Oxford 15-1. Final season record: 13 Wins and but 2 Losses. 





Golf 1972 



The 1972 edition of the SHS Golf Team posted its fin- 
est season ever capturing the Border Conference 
Championship with a 7-1 log and boasted an overall 
13-1 record. In post-season play, the team won the 
District III Central Massachusetts Team Golf Cham- 
pionship played at the Indian Meadows Country 
Club in Westboro. The team's 309 total was six 
strokes better than runnerup West Boylston. The 
Pioneer's leading golfer Rob Caprera captured low 
medalist honors with a 3 over par 73, quite an ac- 
complishment on the rain-soaked course. Paul Ko- 
prowski added a 75, Paul LaCoste stroked a 78 and 
Jim Ziemski hit an 83. 

The District Championship qualified the team for 
the State Schoolboy Golf Championship at Pocasset. 
Of nine teams competing, the Pioneers finished a 
respectable third behind winner Barnstable High 
School and runnerup Chicopee High School. Rob 
Caprera again led the team firing a 2 over par 74, 
Paul Quigley fired an 80, Paul Koprowski an 82 and 
Freshman Paul LaCoste an 87. 





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SOUTHBRIDGE 7 

SOUTHBRIDGE 8 

SOUTHBRIDGE 9 

SOUTHBRIDGE 5 

SOUTHBRIDGE 8 

SOUTHBRIDGE 8V2 

SOUTHBRIDGE 6V 2 

SOUTHBRIDGE 6 

SOUTHBRIDGE 7Vi 

SOUTHBRIDGE 7 

SOUTHBRIDGE 9 

SOUTHBRIDGE 5 

SOUTHBRIDGE 3 



Northbridge 


V/i 


Auburn 


2 


Bartlett 


1 


Tantasqua 





Prouty 


4 


Grafton 


1 


Leicester 


V2 


Bartlett 


2Vi 


Gardner 


3 


Northbridge 


V/2 


Marlboro 


2 


Tantasqua 





Auburn 


4 


Prouty 


6 




KNEELING: J. Ziemski, R. Caprera, P. LaCoste, M. Carron, S. Simonelli. STANDING: Coach D. Bernard, N. Cooper, G. Hebert, G. 
Tsoules, E. Tsoules, , P. Quigley, P. Koprowski . - 







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ELECTROMART 



"Everything in electronics" 



Service in Wall Papers. Paints, Fabrics 
Carpeting, Furniture and Color Harmonies 



ATWOOD'S 

HOME DECORATING CENTER 



PAINTIN PLACE 1 



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PAULINE D. ATWOOD, 

color consultant - DECORATOR 



764-7527 



Compliments of 
DO NUT CHATEAU 

59 Central Street 

Southbridge, Mass. 

765-5339 



RUDI'S 



Southbridge, Ma. 01550 



Tel. 764-6634 



Established 1894 



G.GREGOIRE&SONS 

FOOTWEAR — MEN'S FURNISHINGS 
"Where Shoes Are Rebuilt" 

15 HAMILTON STREET SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. 



Compliments of 

f. D. DESROSIER & CO. 

Dependable 
Insurance 

27 Hamilton St. 



THEHARTWELL 
PHARMACY 

Since 1827 

296 Main Street 



Compliments of 

Southbridge Lumber and Supply 

"Buy with confidence from 
Southbridge Lumber and Supply" 




A&M TOOL & DIE 
CO. 

Mill Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



Stevens Automatic Sales, Inc 



2 Bowlen Ave. 
Southbridge, Mass. 



MORIN STUDIOS 

Portraits of Distinction 

Wedding Albums — Children — Family Plans 

Morin's Camera, Gift and Jewelry Shoppe 

Cameras — Gifts — Jewelry — Films 



253 Main Street, Webster 
Tel. 943-0044 



389 Main St., Southbridge 
Tel. 764-7250 



We wish you the best of luck in years to come! We, the Morin Studios of 
Southbridge and Webster, are proud of the part we have had in helping to 
make your yearbook a permanent reminder of your school years, one of the 
happiest and most exciting times of your life!! We hope that just as you have 
chosen us as your class photographer, you will continue to think of Morin Stu- 
dios when you want photographs to help you remember other momentous 
days to come!! When you chose Morin Studios, you are sure of the finest 
craftsmanship at moderate prices! We wish to extend our most sincere grati- 
tude to all the members of the Class of 1973! 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP 

357 MAIN STREET 
Southbridge, Mass. 



KOCHANEK FURNITURE STORE 
STORE 

Corner Central and Hook Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



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BOOSTERS | 


Westwood Incorporated 


Syl's Auto Sales Service 


Dr. N.J. Pickarski 


Dr. & Mrs. Charles A. Roy 


Brother Jonahtan's Country Store 


Dr. & Mrs. James C. Ling 


Richard F. Lefebvre, D.M.D. 


C&SOutlet, Inc. 


Dr. & Mrs. Samuel J. Fearing 


Rogart Builders & Realty, Inc. 


Joseph E. Silverberg, M.D. 


Dr. Raymond F. Haling 


Terry Mills, D.V.M. 


Wilfrid A. Seguin 


Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Hibbard 


Southbridge Nursing Home 


Dr. & Mrs. Bernard Walkowiak 


Town & Country Flower Shoppe 


Atty. & Mrs. Michael J. Morrill 


Dr. Ralph J.Malagodi 


Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Colburn 


Mr. & Mrs. Rosario Labonte 


Dr. Ernest J. Borsari, D.M.D 


Globe Cafe of Southbridge 


Francois A. Sansoucy 


Tot-To-Teen Shop, Inc. 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Sansoucy 


Courtesy of Damian Radio 


Dr. & Mrs. Clement E. LaCoste 




1973 MILESTONE STAFF 


EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 


Nancy Freeland 


MANAGING EDITOR 


Kathy Winters 


LAYOUT EDITOR 


Chris Favre 


COPY EDITOR 


Sue Puracchio 


BUSINESS MANAGERS 


Anne Marie Hufault, Antoinette Levesque 


PHOTOGRAPHERS 


James Santo, Mark Starr 


COVER 


Mary Fournier 


SPECIAL ASSISTANTS 


Diane DeRouin, Jan Desrosier, 




Diana Righi, Lora Lamberton, Rita Vetter 


ADVISORS 


Mr. James McCurry, business 




Mr. Roland Varin, editorial 



A special thank you to the 
following people: Mr. 
Robert Morin, our pho- 
tographer; Mr. Don Len- 
dry, American Yearbook 
Company representative; 
Miss Sylvia Lenti, Mr. 
Robert Swift, and Mr. 
Stephen Jones, Evening 
News; Mr. Joe Capillo 
and Mr. Michael Castag- 
naro, Telegram and 
Gazette. 




Milestone 73 . . . Room 112 . . I need a pass ... I can't 
let you see . . . Summer meetings at school . . . Where's 
the ladder diagram? . . . We need more pictures! . . . 
Rush please ... No Big "E" seal this time . . . Proofs . . . 
Look at how clear that picture is! . . . Are you sure you 
can do layouts? . . . Check-plus . . . Coke on Nancy's 
wall . . Superlatives . . . 4-6925 . . Does it really mat- 
ter if . . . Mr. Varin's mastered typing? . . . What do you 
mean boys with girls' names? . . . Let's move it up . . . 
You must have done something right . . . Hurry and get 
a picture of that! . . Hey, we need a meeting this week 
... 7 days overdue . . . I'll do it . . . Now what do you 
want on those first 8 pages? . . Unidentified group pic- 
ture . . . What do you think of it? . . . Hello, Mr. 
Lendry? . . Members, Memories, and Memorabilia 
. . . Well, you see, they're at home . . One last check 
. . . Three lemon coolers please . . . Chicago . . . Rod 
McKuen . . Early morning vacation meetings . . . 
Where's Mr. Morin now? . . . Chocolate cake with ic- 
ing . . How's the sports editor doing? . . . Definitely 
Thursday . . . Well, maybe by Monday ... 5 David 
Prouty players! ... He looks like he just got out of bed 
. . . R.V.'s Tokyo Rose . Doing rush copy after the 
party . . The Schine Inn breakfast . . Mr. Varin's busy 

signal!!! 




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Southbridge, MA 01550 



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Southbridge, MA 01550 






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